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I worked at NAMM California as a contractor (Less than a year)
Not many. There is a deli downstairs.
Poor communication and feedback on job performance. I was let go w/o any warning whatsoever or any feedback on my performance even though they knew there were people counting on me on the home front based on information provided behind my back. A snivling Project Lead was in the Sr. Manager's ear and they let me go on a whim instead of handling things on a more level headed manor. Pay was mediocre as a contractor so it would obviously be worse as an FTE. Another company with no future that expects you to "pay" for your benefits. I thought NAMM/United Health Group was much better but it turned out to be a disappointment. No wonder they always have a lot of job openings. I should have known.
Advice to Management
Make more level headed decisions instead of hinging them on overly emotional types. Try making your own decsions too, that would help your own career, instead of being someone's puppet.